Hi all I feed my froglets with mostly outdoors bugs, and there is a species very common in my hedges called "black-striped orange plant bug (lopedia media)". They are easy to catch and the froglets love them BUT these guys are black and orange, which supposes danger, poison, distastful, etc. No one's been sick, no one died, no one spits them out, they just love'em. Does anybody know this species of insect, or know if they use the colour to deter predators but are actually ok to eat? here's a picture of one, they are barelly a centimeter long. http://bugguide.net/images/raw/6HHR...RWHLREH9ZUH1ZEH1ZNHWZZLTH5H2ZKL1HXHTHHL8Z.jpg thanks!